Responsible for the content:
UNTHA shredding technology GmbH
Tel.: +43 6244 7016 0
Fax: +43 6244 7016 1
VAT reg. no.: AT U62692027
Commercial Register No.: 276164 z
Salzburg Commercial Court
Member of the Salzburg Economic Chambers
Represented by the CEO: Mr. Alois Kitzberger
Legal notice/conditions of use
Thank you for visiting our website and showing an interest in our company. Below you will find a brief explanation of the website’s conditions of use.
Area of application/validity
The website www.untha.com concerns information supplied by UNTHA shredding technology GmbH, Moldanstraße 141, A-5431 Kuchl (hereinafter referred to as "UNTHA"). The General Conditions of Use that follow apply to the accessing and use of information and documents (hereinafter referred to as "content") made available on this website. They also apply to the sites of UNTHA Shredders’ sales partners that are connected to this site via links (hereinafter referred to collectively as "website"). By accessing this website, the user declares that he/she accepts these General Conditions of Use. The internet content and website presentations of UNTHA sales partners in other countries are governed by the conditions of use drawn up in those countries.
Use of content
The content made available via this website is freely accessible. UNTHA reserves the right to change or correct website content at any time. By using the website, the user declares that he/she accepts any changes and corrections. The website should be regarded as a general presentation of UNTHA and its range of products and services.
1. Use of the website is at the user’s own risk. UNTHA does not guarantee that the website and its content will be available at all times. In particular, UNTHA offers no guarantees concerning the suitability of the content for a particular purpose, the accuracy or completeness of the content, the absence of viruses or error-free data transmission.
2. UNTHA accepts no responsibility for the content and services of unaffiliated third parties for which it provides links, and merely provides access to such content and services. If a user concludes legal transactions with third parties, e.g. via the purchase of goods or the provision of services, UNTHA will not be a party to these transactions. No rights or obligations arise vis-à-vis UNTHA from such transactions.
Exclusion of liability
UNTHA will only be liable for damage, however this may have been caused, in the event of intent or gross negligence on the part of its employees or other parties employed to perform its obligations. The same applies in the event that obligations in preliminary or collateral contracts are breached. Liability for breaches of obligations that are merely due to negligence is also excluded, unless this relates to fundamental contractual obligations. Any compensation claims are limited to the damage that can typically be foreseen. In the event that use is made of services provided by third parties who are not affiliated to the group, UNTHA accepts no liability for service availability, either in terms of quality or quantity.
Rights to content
All rights (e.g. copyrights, rights of use or sign or trademark rights) relating to the content made available on this website remain with UNTHA or its licensors. Any reproduction, processing, distribution or other use of this content is expressly prohibited, unless this action has been explicitly approved in advance or is permitted by law. Excluded from the above is content on the press page, which is made available exclusively for journalistic purposes. In this context, UNTHA makes available texts, photos, graphics, original soundtracks and films within the framework of the prevailing press and copyright legislation. Any use outside the framework of this legislation is forbidden.
The law of the Republic of Austria applies exclusively. The place of performance is Kuchl. The exclusive place of jurisdiction for all claims connected with these provisions is Salzburg. If a provision of these General Conditions of Use is or becomes ineffective, this will not influence the effectiveness of the other conditions. The ineffective provision will be replaced by a provision that corresponds as closely as possible to the sense and purpose of the original provision. The same applies in the event that the conditions of use are incomplete.
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